Hey what’s good fam, back with another review
This one is a little different
I’m checking out a percussion library from Soundiron called “Tuned Artillery”
Let’s check it!
So what is Tuned Artillery?
It’s a percussion library made from helmets, grenades, artillery shells, etc.
They were dropped, hit, rolled, struck with hammers, mallets, hands, etc.
They then took these recordings and created a custom Kontakt interface that allows you the control to tweak and adapt them to your own liking.
You even get an “Uberpeggiator” so you can create arpeggiated sounds with them.
- content: 3.14GB
- format: Kontakt 4 or Kontakt 5
- price: $59
How does it sound?
This library sounds pretty cool actually.
I like the fact that not only do you get the percussion portion, you also get some ambiances as well.
This always makes a library more useful to get weird and unique sounds created from the same source material.
The differences between striking a shell with a hammer vs striking it with a mallet is enough to give you some good variety
It’s a pretty straight forward sound with some unorthodox percussion sources
What’s the bottom line?
Sometimes it’s just fun to have weird sounds and sources to pull from
This isn’t a make or break library, but for those that like to experiment with different types of samples it’s definitely one to check out
I give Tuned Artillery 4 out of 5 subs, it’s a fun library with a bunch of useful samples as well as a very useful interface
Go on over to their website and check it out: http://www.soundiron.com/instruments/tuned-percussion/tuned-artillery/
They have so many cool little instruments like this to checkout
leave me a comment below, let me know what you think